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Music and War: "Inter arma silent musae", or "Arma virumque cano"?
International Musicological Colloquium Brno 2005
Internationales musikwissenschaftliches Kolloquium Brno 2005
Mezinárodní hudebnevedne kolokvium Brno 2005

Brno, 26.9.2005 -- 28.9.2005


Congress Hall of Dietrichstein Palace
(the building of the Moravian Museum)
Zelny trh 8, 602 00 Brno
Czech Republic

The conference languages are English and German


PROGRAMME

Monday, 26 September 2005

8:30 - 9:00 Registration of participants

9:00 - 10:30

	Matthew Thomas 
	Courtly Love and Holy War: in medieval European monophonic song 

	Donatella Melini
	Music and coats of arms in the Middle Age: war propaganda pro or
	versus the Milanese Visconti family

	Rachel Golden Carlson
	To war with heaven's blessing: constucting the crusades in
	Occitanian song

	Pavel Sýkora
	"Amico, hai vinto. Io ti perdon." 
	Agonal Elements in the Depiction of War in Monteverdi´s Eighth 
	Book of Madrigals 

Coffee Break 10:30 - 11:00
	
11:00 - 12:45

	Lydia Goehr
	The musicality of violence: on the art and politics of
	displacement

	Stefan Horlitz
	Visions of war and their musical construction

	Svanibor Pettan
	Music and War: ethnomusicological perspectives

Lunch 12:45 - 14:30

14:30 - 16:00
	Jana Perutková
	The Wars of the Austrian Succession and their influence on
	the production of Italian opera in Moravia

	Irena Veselá
	Herkules austriacus und Julius Caesar.  Der spanische 
	Erbfolgekrieg (1701 - 1714) im Opernschaffen am Wiener Kaiserhof

	Rudolf Pecman
	Dettingen und Aachen. Georg Friedrich Händel und der
	Österreichische Erbfolgekrieg
	

	Lisa Feurzeig
	German Responses to the Napoleonic Wars as Reflected in "Deutsche
	Lieder für Jung und Alt"


Coffee Break  16:00 - 16:30

16:30 - 18:30
	Matjaz Barbo
	Frantisek Josef Benedikt Dusík: A Musician's Fate in the Time of
	Napoleon

	Rita Steblin
	Beethoven and the Funeral March in the Eroica Symphony: Whose
	Death does it Mourn?

	Walter Kreyszig
	Franz Joseph von Sauers Allgemeines Wiener Aufgeboth vom 4. April
	1797 in der musikalischen Ausgestaltung von Johann Baptist Vanhal
	(1739-1813): Zur Verknüpfung von stile galant, stilus mixtus,
	Fortspinnungstechnik und Alberti Bass

	Hoo-Yee Connie Lau
	Confronting and Retreating: Musical Depictions of War and
	Suffering in Early Nineteenth-century Symphonic Masses

	Sofian Boussahel
	" ... Bis in die Tiefe des Herzens": Richard Straussens Spätstil
	oder der Ausdruck des Inneren unter der Herrschaft des kollektiven
	Denkens


Tuesday, 27 September 2005

9:00 - 10:30
	Kjell Skyllstad
	Krieg als Krönung - Friede als Frucht. Operngeschichtliche und
	ideologiekritische Bemerkungen zu "Friedenstag"

	Neil Edmunds
	War and Soviet Musical Propaganda during the 1920s 

	Christian Liebl & Katharina Thenius-Wilscher
	Inter arma ... non silet scientia: Soldatenlieder und Gesänge
	Kriegsgefangener in den Beständen des Phonogrammarchivs

	Peder Kaj Pedersen
	Danish Music in the Years of the German Occupation 1940-1945

	
Coffee Break 10:30 - 11:00

11:00 . 12:30

	Claire Launchbury
	The BBC and its music policy during World War 2

	Petr Macek
	Karel Vetterl and broadcasting from Brno Radio during the Second
	World War

	Lubomir Chalupka
	"Inter arma non silent musae" - das Werk (1940-1945) von Jan
	Cikker, slowakischer Komponisten

	James Parsons
	Des Flüchtlings dritte Regel: Habe nichts!" - Hanns Eisler's
	Hollywooder Liederbuch 

Lunch 12:30 - 14:30

14:30 - 16:30

	Lenka Krupková
	The Májová symfonie of Vítezslav Novák
 
	Luca Sala
	Protest music in the works of Luigi Dallapiccola

	Jean-Philippe Heberlé 
	Tippett and War: A Child of our Time, The Heart's Assurance and
	King Priam
	
	Geoffrey Chew
	Cold War, Hot Peace: Benjamin Britten, Pacifist Music and
	Czechoslovakia
	
	Stephen Downes
	Szymanowski's Mythological Synthesis: Answering the question, "Why
	War?"


18:00   Departure of bus from the hotel Continental
	Excursion and convivial socialising in a wine cellar in the 
	country



Wednesday, 28 September 2005 

10:00 - 11:10

	John Riley
	A girl who has become a legend: Shostakovich and Zoya
	
	Hilde Binford
	Vedran Smailovic: Cellist and Peacemaker in Sarajevo

	Hermann Jung
	Heinrich Schütz und der Dreißigjährige Krieg

11:30 - 12:15

	Widmar Hader
	"Es gibt keine Musik mehr in Basra...": Zu einer
	Rundfunksendung von Björn Blaschke

	Jiri Vyslouzil
	Title tba

Conference office: 

Ústav hudební vedy FF MU
Arna Nováka 1
602 00 Brno
Tel.:  +420 549494623
Fax.:  +420 549497478
e-mail: colloq@phil.muni.cz

Organizers and sponsors: 

The City of Brno
The Moravian Museum in Brno
Brno International Music Festival - Ars koncert s.r.o.
Institute of Musicology, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University Brno


Further information may be found on the web page of the Institute of
Musicology of the Masaryk University Brno:
	http://www.musicologica.cz
under the heading Kolokvium. There is a special e-mail address for
colloquium business:
	colloq@phil.muni.cz

In the name of the Board of the Colloquium
Geoffrey Chew         Petr Macek      Mikulas Bek

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